Well, look who it is. Sherlock‘s Benedict Cumberbatch has made Time’s annual list of 100 Most Influential People for 2014, which hits newsstands today.
Benedict Cumberbatch isn’t the only one who has been busy, busy, busy. So has fellow English actor Colin Firth.
Last November, the first trailer was released for Atom Egoyan’s new homicide drama Devil’s Knot, which stars Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth in a dramatic retelling of the story of the West Memphis Three.
As we have possibly mentioned before, the British children’s classic Paddington Bear is being made into a movie, with the lead role—a very English sort of Peruvian immigrant with a knack for causing trouble—being voiced by …
Colin Firth (The Railway Man) plays an American private investigator trying to figure out what happened to three young boys found murdered, in the film Devil’s Knot, which is based on a true story that took place in 1993. The police, …
Raise a glass to toast the tenth anniversary of the U.S. release of British director-writer Richard Curtis’ Love Actually, an enchanting, Christmas-themed movie that even Scrooges can embrace.
Firth depicts the real-life experiences of Scottish-born Eric Lomax, who was a British Army officer during WWII. Lomax, 23, (Jeremy Irvine portrays the young Lomax) was captured by Japan and made a prisoner-of-war in 1942.
Just in time for Halloween, we thought we’d take a look at one of the most malleable British ghost stories of all time, Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw.
Colin Firth is famous for having played two men called Darcy. One in the Bridget Jones movies, and one in the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride & Prejudice.
This might be my favorite single aspect of the entire history of Bridget Jones, because it hints at a delightful back channel of conversation between two of Britain’s best acting talents, that no one suspected was there before.